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] [ male announcer ] life brings obstacles. usaa brings retirement advice. call or visit us online. we're ready to help. learn more irement guide. call 877-242-usaa. >> jamie: welcome back. president obama returning from his mideast trip. just hours later, palestinian leaders reject the latest peace overture from israel. what, if anything, was accomplished by the president's trip? are we closer to peace? and what happens next? david miller is a former adviser to six secretaries of state. vice-president of the woodrow wilson senior and a senior negotiator on palestinians. >> i'm grade great, jamie. how are you? >> jamie: we watched the trip and the meetings of the president and the new secretary of state, senator kerry, former senator kerry. what progress did we make? >> well, you know, my view is that obama went because he had a problem n. in the first administration, he couldn't figure out whether he wanted to pressure netanyahu or pannedder to him? now he has clearly made a decision to try to create a functional partnership. i think that's really important because as things stand now
] life brings obstacles. usaa brings retirement advice. call or visit us online. we're ready to help. learn more with our free usaa retirement guide. call 877-242-usaa. >> shannon: and now a look at some of today's top stories. secretary of state john kerry has mead an unexpected trip into iraq. arriving in baghdad kerry met with the prime minister and he urged him to crackdown on iranian flights over iraqi airspace. thes thinks some of the flights are transferring weapons and fighters to syria. and one lucky ticket purchased in new jersey matched all six numbers from saturday night's pow oar ball drawing. that means a single winner for the more than $338 million jackpot. the new jersey lottery isn't saying whether the winner has stepped forward but says more details will be released monday. >>> 13 other tickets matched the first five numbers worth a million dollars each. and senator rand paul stopped by "fox news sunday" in an exclusive interview. the kentucky senator said he isn't is certain about a run in 2016 but wants to be part of the debate leading up to the next election. tho
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